Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Morrison (wm) Supermarkets Plc LSE:MRW London Ordinary Share GB0006043169 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20 -0.61% 196.85 196.80 196.85 199.55 196.45 197.40 4,696,391 15:26:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 17,735.0 320.0 10.3 19.0 4,709

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30/5/2019
12:49
If anyone is planning on putting down a new tarmac drive, need to pop down to Aldi on Sunday Also great for burying the missus under the patio and leveling the ground . lol hTtps://www.aldi.co.uk/scheppach-plate-compactor/p/083913261079101
muffinhead
29/5/2019
16:48
Market share over the past year...as per usual Kantar do not include M&S who have around 3.3% market share - Nielsen in brackets: ..............12 Weeks 20 May 2018....12 Weeks 19 May 2019 Tesco............27.7%.....................27.3%.(26.5%) Sainsbury........15.7%.....................15.2%.(14.2%) ASDA.............15.4%.....................15.2%.(13.7%) Morrison.........10.5%.....................10.4%.(.9.8%) Aldi..............7.3%......................8.0%.(.9.5%) Co-op.............6.0%......................6.1%.(.5.0%) Lidl..............5.4%......................5.8%.(.6.4%) Waitrose..........5.1%......................5.1%.(.4.2%) Marks & Spencer..................................(.3.2%) Iceland...........2.1%......................2.1%.(.2.3%) Ocado.............1.2%......................1.3% As can been seen over the past year Aldi/Lidl gained 1.1% market share while Sainsbury's and Tesco's where the biggest losers.
loganair
29/5/2019
10:06
The UK's 'Big Four' retailers failed to post an increase in sales between them in the 12 weeks to 9 May, according to the latest grocery market share figures from Kantar. According to the data, market leader Tesco posted a 0.0% increase in sales in the period, to sit on 27.3%. Second-placed Sainsbury's and rival Asda are now neck and neck on 15.2% market share, with the former seeing a 1.7% decline in sales in the period, and the latter seeing a 0.2% decline. Even fourth-placed Morrisons saw a 0.4% decline in sales in the period, to sit on 10.4%. Tesco Benefits: Commenting on the findings, Chris Hayward, consumer specialist at Kantar, said that while Tesco fell flat, it is still seeing a boost from its Exclusively at Tesco products, as well as its '100 years of value' campaign, to promote its centenary. "Looking ahead, the supermarket will be hoping the decision to make lines from its Jack’s discount arm available in store throughout May will pique customers’ interest and generate incremental sales.” On Sainsbury's performance, Hayward added, "Sainsbury’s is approaching its own anniversary a bit differently from rival Tesco – as well as reflecting on the past 150 years and including the Queen in celebrations, it is also looking forward and championing smaller brands with its Future Brands initiative." Discounter Drive: The strongest performer in the period was discounter Aldi, which increased its sales by 11.1% to sit on 8.0%, closing the gap further on fourth-placed Morrisons. Similarly, Lidl grew its sales by 8.5% in the period, to hold 5.8% market share, just behind the Co-op. "The discounters continue to attract customers with nearly one million more households visiting Aldi compared with last year and an additional 630,000 shopping at Lidl," commented Hayward. "Around 75% of growth at both supermarkets is coming from the ambient and chilled aisles as people opt for value in a greater proportion of their basket." Ocado, with a 6.4% sales increase, was the third fastest-growing retailer in the latest market share figures.
loganair
24/5/2019
16:34
£3,000m Euro Medium Term Note Programme where the Company can from time to time issue notes denominated in any agreed currency. As of the 2018/19 accounts, the Company had issued a variety of fixed rate sterling and euro bonds as part of this programme page 119 of accounts hTtps://www.morrisons-corporate.com/globalassets/corporatesite/corporate-responsibility/annual-report/morrisons-ar-2018-final-for-website.pdf FAQ hTtps://media2.mofo.com/documents/faqemtn.pdf
muffinhead
24/5/2019
15:49
What the f is the prospectus s? About
pjleeds
23/5/2019
07:50
Great buying opportunity with this ex dividend drop.
dondee
22/5/2019
13:34
Posting the same old rubbish carlsagan1....
toon1966
22/5/2019
10:50
Any1 used X-O(by jarvis) or iweb-sharedealing(by halifax)? ii have decided to up there fees again, from June it will be £9.99 per month, ive decided its time I finally left them. I find it unacceptable that if i dont trade for 5 months, ii think its ok to charge me £50... Yes they give it £40 of it back in trading credits, but they expire unused after 90 days. x-o and iweb advertise a simple flat trade-only fee of £5.95 per trade and have NO inactivity or monthly/yearly admin charges like ii do
carlsagan1
10/5/2019
11:15
That is good no waste and the end of the trading day and fresh stock in the morning. Good for the margins, not invested but may do now.I hate shops that sell the same meat, veg and bread for days.
ballymoss18
09/5/2019
08:41
'David Potts, Chief Executive, said: "We are improving the shopping trip ....' At 9:00 this morning Morrisons, Oxted had only 2 check-outs (wo)manned. A frustrating wait.
pherrom
09/5/2019
07:47
The Ocado fire has indirectly helped Morrisons
muffinhead
08/5/2019
12:21
!YOUTUBEVIDEO:dXa64Hgz6Y8: Can Morrisons find its way out of the discount aisle following Thursday’s Q1 statement? Mid-March’s full year results failed to bring investors back on side, despite there being a lot to recommend. Group like-for-like sales, excluding fuel, jumped 4.8%, close to double the 2.8% increase posted the year previous. However, there was maybe some concern over the slowdown in like-for-like retail sales in Q4. While its wholesale division saw a 3.2% increase, the standard supermarket arm saw just a 0.6% rise, less than half what was posted in Q3, and just shy of a third of the growth seen in the first half of the year. As for Thursday’s Q1 update, while its wholesale business waits to start suppling 300 more McColl’s stores towards the end of the year, its retail division will be under scrutiny, with investors hoping for an improvement on that disappointing Q4 figure. Read what Spreadex analysts have to say, or watch a 60 second preview, here: https://spreadex.com/?tid=391106
connorcampbell
08/5/2019
12:21
Can Morrisons find its way out of the discount aisle following Thursday’s Q1 statement? Mid-March’s full year results failed to bring investors back on side, despite there being a lot to recommend. Group like-for-like sales, excluding fuel, jumped 4.8%, close to double the 2.8% increase posted the year previous. However, there was maybe some concern over the slowdown in like-for-like retail sales in Q4. While its wholesale division saw a 3.2% increase, the standard supermarket arm saw just a 0.6% rise, less than half what was posted in Q3, and just shy of a third of the growth seen in the first half of the year. As for Thursday’s Q1 update, while its wholesale business waits to start suppling 300 more McColl’s stores towards the end of the year, its retail division will be under scrutiny, with investors hoping for an improvement on that disappointing Q4 figure. Read what Spreadex analysts have to say, or watch a 60 second preview, here: hxxps://spreadex.com/?tid=391106
connorcampbell
08/5/2019
09:18
Glad your not. A company not listening to its customers. Walk in again last night at my local supermarket and it was empty no fruit no meat hardly fridges half empty. I only shop there for the salad and meat sometimes as it's gone down hill. So many shares why would anyone invest in these is beyond me.
barbar7619
08/5/2019
09:10
Thanks for the view. I'm not holding any atm, keep it on a watchlist.
essentialinvestor
08/5/2019
08:49
180 in 4 months is looking very possible Essentialinvestor
barbar7619
08/5/2019
08:27
With out much of a say by the CMA, Morrison could easily buy out McColl's only cost them around £200m, immediately give them 4% market share of the convenience grocery market and increase their overal market share by around 0.4%.
loganair
08/5/2019
08:05
David Potts needs to come up with something here, the whole sector seems to be chaotic, Aldi and Lidl march on, one wonders where if the CMA is going to be restrictive as regards consolidation, where the sector ultimately goes, you cannot have so many players chasing a narrowing market share. MRW needs to do something, and something relatively quickly, the vertically integrated model that I assumed was an asset might turn out to be millstone if the green lobby wants us to eat less meat!
bookbroker
07/5/2019
08:30
Walmart is exploring the possibility of exiting from Asda after the CMA blocked its merger with fellow big four grocer Sainsbury’s. The American company is mulling a float or sale as private equity firms and other bidders circle as it is looking for a swift exit from the UK. It is looking to exit the UK market and focus on more profitable emerging markets such as India. Walmart has reportedly been approached by bargain chain B&M. Asda had been reported to be considering a takeover of B&M in 2017. Analysts suggested that a reverse takeover by FTSE 250-listed B&M of Asda would be a more plausible route than an independent listing on the stock market, City sources said Walmart is exploring a float of Asda which would mark its return to the London Stock Exchange, 20 years after it was delisted. A trade buyer could be a more likely outcome for the supermarket as grocery margins have historically proved too low for private equity buyers, who will not see a clear exit strategy, although KKR has been identified as an interested party. Richard Hyman, an independent retail analyst, said ‘The options are quite limited, I’m not sure what the exit is for a private equity buyer as there is not much of a growth story.’
loganair
06/5/2019
19:18
Not even 2 months and we are down to 215. You still confident about 180 in 4 months time ?
barbar7619
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